Sandy devastates New Jersey

Associated Press
This undated photo made available by New Jersey Transit shows boats and other debris on New Jersey Transit's Morgan draw bridge in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, in South Amboy, N.J. Most mass transit systems were shut down as a result of the storm's damage, leaving hundreds of thousands of commuters braving clogged highways and quarter-mile lines at gas stations. (AP Photo/New Jersey Transit)

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In the wake of Sandy, hard-hit New Jersey faces an uphill battle to rebuild. Many cities face complete devastation: Hoboken is heavily flooded, with thousands trapped in their homes; in the shore town of Mantoloking, natural gas leaks rekindled fires that broke out after the storm. Shore towns in particular bore the brunt of the storm’s fury.

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